Reinier Jesus: who is the signing of Borussia Dortmund loan from Real Madrid?

Borussia Dortmund have signed a two-year loan deal with Real Madrid with Reinier Jesus. presents the Brazilian Under-23 international with more than a touch of Marco Reus on his game …

Reinier Jesus

Age: 18
Borussia Dortmund
Position: Attacking midfielder
Country: Brazil (cap U23)

Key statistics

Reinier scored six goals in 14 appearances in the winning season of the Brazilian Flamengo Championship 2019. He was late Copa Liberatadores 2018/19 quarter-finals cameo – which Flamengo won – but was an unused substitute in their defeat in the FIFA Club World Cup final to Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool.

In the middle of reports interest of Barcelona and Manchester City, Reinier left his childhood club to join Real in January 2020. He registered two goals and an assist in three outings for the Castilla team – coached by Real and legend Schalke Raul – only to see his progress hampered by injury.

A former international U16 and U17, Reinier opened his U23 account the third time to request in the summer Olympics qualifying victory over Bolivia, play in six of his country’s matches before moving to Madrid. The Right-handed forward measuring 6’0 “ was rated 72 on FIFA 20 career mode, although with a potential overall rating of 90. It is about to become the 11th Brazilian to play for Dortmund in the Bundesliga, following in the footsteps of Marcio Amoroso and Dede.

Reinier (2e.l) had a memorable first season as a pro with Flamengo in 2018/19. – getty images

Play a bit like: Marco Reus

Whisper it softly, but Reinier could well be the long-term successor to the now 31-year-old Reus. The Brazilian is technical, creative, has a sense of purpose and walks past opposing players in a way not so different from the exiting BVB captain, fantastic. He can also play in the center or in a wide attacking position.

Did you know?

According to a report by Fox Sports BrazilBayer Leverkusen’s Paulinho was keen on Reinier joining him at the BayArena. Reacting to an Instagram post from his Brazilian U23 teammate celebrating his first 12 months as a professional, the Leverkusen forward – who left Vasco da Gama for Germany in the summer of 2018 – commented “vem”, which means “come” in Portuguese. The duo could face each other on Bundesliga Matchday 17 of the 2020/21 campaign, when Bayer host Dortmund.

What they say

“It’s important for him to keep his feet on the ground and not believe the criticisms that will arise during his career. He is going to be brilliant!” – Coach of Brazil U23, Andre Jardine

“Reinier is one of the main emerging stars of the global game” – Real Madrid club statement following his transfer from Flamengo

“I’m happy to be with BVB now. The club are known for supporting young players and making them better. I want to learn a lot here, play a lot and help the team succeed. I hope we have a lot of happy moments together. ” – Reinier in motion

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